> I fully support your stance. However, can you recommend to me a
> Dual-Headed graphics card with 3D support under linux that I can get for
> under 100euro, and has totally open-source drivers? I looked, and failed.
what does a Radeon9200SE cost over there? I can get them from bewtween
AU$1 and AU$50 on ebay here.... that satisfys the above, however you next
sentence introduced the word decent, which this card is only mildly being
>> The fact of the matter is that at the moment if you want a decent graphics
> card under linux, you are stuck with NVIDIA or ATI with their binary
your stuck with NVIDIA, ATIs binary drivers suck much worse than NVIDIAs,
at least NVIDIA do some work to make sure they release drivers for newer
kernels and X releases...
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